We’re proud to partner with Civic Center Conservancy which works to sustain Denver’s historic legacy and engage our community in fun, impactful ways.
Denver market and Colorado state president for Bank of America
Building thriving communities is important for economic growth in our city. Bank of America in partnership with Westword is proud to partner with the Civic Center Conservancy to bring Civic Center EATS back to downtown Denver’s historic Civic Center Park again this summer. Event proceeds will help support Civic Center Park revitalization efforts. As Denver’s largest gathering of gourmet food trucks and carts it offers a vibrant place for downtown employees, residents, and visitors to experience Civic Center’s architectural, horticultural and historic beauty; enjoy a delicious, authentically local cuisine; listen to live music and connect with the community. This year Civic center EATS has been expanded to Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May 3 through October 6 (excluding 6/2; 8/31; 9/1 & 9/6).
“Civic Center EATS’ return is a sure sign that spring has arrived in Denver and summer isn’t too far behind,” said Lindy Eichenbaum Lent, Civic Center Conservancy executive director. “We’re grateful to the attendees, food trucks and sponsors who make Civic Center EATS a beloved community tradition. People make parks, and Civic Center EATS continues to revitalize Civic Center Park through positive activation and community engagement in this historic urban oasis’ future.”
“We’re proud to partner with Civic Center Conservancy which works to sustain Denver’s historic legacy and engage our community in fun, impactful ways,” said Jodi Rolland, Denver market and Colorado state president for Bank of America. “Sponsoring and volunteering at creative events like Civic Center EATS allows people from all walks of life to connect with each other, helping built a more culturally and economically vibrant downtown.”
Event information – including the food truck lineup and live music schedule – is available at www.CivicCenterConservancy.org.